All articles by David Fox – Page 4

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    On air light blows up


    Pipe Lighting is a range of inflatable lights that are “light, powerful and very easy to carry”, said Show Demonstrator Anna Otchyk.

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    MRMC acquires Slidekamera


    Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC), a Nikon company, has bought Slidekamera, effectively doubling the number of motion-controlled and robotic products MRMC offers.

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    Broadcast and cinematic lenses in focus


    Canon has launched two lenses, plus an expansion unit that enables its Cinema EOS cameras to fit better in a live broadcast environment.

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    Mimik offers light stuff for VR


    In VR production the videowall is often used to partly light the scene, to reflect the background on the subject. However, videowalls are RGB, so the light is not full spectrum. To counteract this, Kino Flo has devised the Mimik VR, “a lighting panel fed by a video signal,” that ...

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    Teltec signs deal for 50 cinematic PTZ cameras


    German systems integrator and reseller Teltec has signed a deal with Sony at IBC for 50 of its newly launched ILME-FR7 PTZ cameras.

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    Production centre shifts to the cloud


    Ross Production Cloud is a full suite of production applications, in the cloud, from ingest, remote contribution and news automation, to audio and video mixing, real-time graphics, MAM and playout.

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    IP Showcase promises IP video session of note


    All you really need to know about SMPTE ST2110 and IP video will be revealed today at 10:00 in the IP Showcase, in a session aimed at “anyone who has to talk intelligently about IP video and feels they don’t know enough”, according to Andrew Starks, Marketing Workgroup Chair at ...

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    Nucleus will cell you on high-speed cameras


    At the heart of the Nucleus - Antelope’s latest slo-mo system - is a server capable of handling input from two high-speed cameras in UHD and offering at least 40 minutes storage per camera. It also delivers permanent live feeds, as well as instant slow motion.

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    Ultrix FR12 goes pay-as-you-go route


    Ross Video’s new 12G-ready Ultrix FR12 is a single platform with endless configurations. The FR12 “packs 12 equipment racks of technology in one rack” and allows broadcasters to significantly reduce the resources and space they need on premises, said Jeff Moore, Executive VP and CMO, Ross Video.

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    Large Italian order for new Hitachi UHD camera


    The importance of Italy to Hitachi system camera sales has been emphasised by an order for 66 of its latest UHD camera, bringing to a total of more than 550 studio and OB HD and UHD camera sales since 2018, as part of two long-term contracts.

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    Mounting problems addressed


    Falcam/Ulanzi are showing a wide range of new camera mounts, including a very lightweight tripod, cages and quick-release mounts.

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    Narrow bandwidth Eclipsed for US Open tennis


    Bandwidth availability for wireless cameras is under increasing pressure, as authorities assign frequencies to more lucrative uses, and broadcasters seek to increase numbers of cameras at events, such as this week’s US Open tennis in Queens, New York, which finished today.

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    Studio Berlin picks LiveCeption for live production


    Studio Berlin has upgraded its OB and studio facilities with EVS’ flexible LiveCeption live production, replay and highlights system. The deployed setup will be used for major sports events, including the Bundesliga and international football, as well as for large studio entertainment shows.

  • D3-Hedbox 3x2
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    Hedbox dual charger triple charged


    Hedbox’s new dual charger is claimed to be the first to offer three ways of charging to ensure batteries receive exactly the charge they need, when they need it.

  • D2-PTZOptics 3x2
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    PTZ cameras on the Move and on Track


    PTZOptics and HuddleCam HD have launched four new cameras, with a line of PTZ cameras, webcams and all-in-one content creation tools due to ship this winter.

  • D3-Lemo 3x2
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    Lemo - Making connections at the World Cup


    Lemo is famous for its connectors, which are standard on so much broadcast equipment, but now it has started supplying and installing the complete passive video network, starting with all eight of the stadiums built for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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    Sony Networked Live offers hybrid production anywhere


    Networked Live is a new hybrid distributed production platform (on-premise and cloud) from Sony and Nevion that offers increased potential for remote and distributed production.

  • D2-Nevion
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    EI Towers makes contribution to Italian football


    Nevion, a Sony Group Company, has provided a contribution system to Italian telecom service provider EI Towers to support coverage of Italy’s Serie A football league. It connects 17 stadiums to a new International Broadcast Centre in Lissone, near Milan, and was delivered in just four months.

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    JPEG XS now ARMed for real-time 8K


    IntoPIX has extended its software development kit for JPEG XS with support for ARM-based processors, including Apple Silicon. The kit now enables “real-time performance for HD, 4K and even 8K”, on both ARM and X86-based processors, said Jean-Baptiste Lorent, Director Sales and Marketing, IntoPIX.

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    Cloud editing is now in CNA’s DNA


    Like many broadcasters, the pandemic drove Singapore-based Mediacorp to the cloud for production of its Channel News Asia (CNA). It turned to an existing supplier, Qvest, to provide cloud editing.